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Danny Woodhead carted off with an ankle injury

Chargers running back Danny Woodhead was carted during today’s game against the Bills. Danny Woodhead carted off the field with nasty ankle or knee injury. Ugly injury. — John Clayton (@ClaytonESPN) September 21, 2014 It's the ankle for Danny Woodhead. His return is questiionable. — John Clayton (@ClaytonESPN) September 21, 2014 You have to figure Woodhead’s injury...
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Danny Woodhead carted off for RB-thin Chargers

The Chargers were thin at running back anyway, and they just got thinner. Danny Woodhead was just carted off the field with what appears to be a right ankle injury, and his return was announced as questionable. They were already without Ryan Mathews (sprained MCL), so they could ill afford any injury there.
Via Pro Sports Daily
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Danny Woodhead Carted Off The Field With Ankle Injury

Bad news for the Chargers after Danny Woodhead was carted off the field after running after the ball for a short gain. Doesn’t look too good for Woodhead. He’s been rule out for the remainder of the game versus the Bills and will be re-evaluated tomorrow. photo via BlackSportsOnline   The post Danny Woodhead Carted Off The Field With Ankle Injury appeared first on Geeks & Cleats.
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Chargers’ Danny Woodhead Carted Off Field With Apparent Leg Injury

San Diego Chargers running back Danny Woodhead had to be carted off the field Sunday after suffering a lower leg injury on his very first carry. Cart is coming out for Chargers RB Danny Woodhead here at Ralph Wilson Stadium.— Mike Rodak (@mikerodak) September 21, 2014 Replay shows that Danny Woodhead’s lower right leg/ankle bent awkwardly underneath him as he was tackled. Carted...
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Chargers Place OLB Melvin Ingram On Short-Term I.R.

The San Diego Chargers announced Saturday that they have placed OLB Melvin Ingram on injured reserve with the designation to return, due to a hip injury. San Diego was expected to be without Ingram for Week 3’s game, but it appears the injury was server enough that they were forced to consider holding him out for a few weeks. Ingram, 25, is a former first-round pick of the Chargers...
Via NFL Trade Rumors
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Rewind: San Diego Chargers odd Power Rankings spot; amazing cheerleaders gallery

Here’s everything you need to get you ready for Week 3 of the NFL season. National Columns - Power Rankings: How all 32 teams in the NFL stack up after Week 2 (READ) - QB Ratings: Ranking every starting NFL quarterback heading into Week 3 (READ) - Fab Five: The best games on the NFL slate in Week 3 (READ) - The 10 biggest disappointments in the NFL so far this season (READ...
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Chargers Injury Update: Keenan Allen limited in practice

There's a chance the San Diego Chargers may be without their top wide receiver Sunday. The Bleacher Report's Tyler Conway reports Keenan Allen was limited in practice and is listed as questionable for this week's game against the Buffalo Bills. #462994393 / gettyimages.comA groin injury has limited Allen this week. He was not on the injury report Wednesday, but turned...
Via NFL Injury Report
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Melvin Ingram won’t play for the Chargers in Buffalo, how will he be replaced?

Melvin Ingram has been ruled out according to the San Diego Chargers’ injury report. Coming off a monstrous game in which he registered five tackles, a sack, a forced fumble, and five quarterback hurries, the Chargers young pass rusher looks on the cusp of breaking out. While holding him out this week may cost the Chargers in Buffalo, let’s hope it allows him to come back full...
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2 days ago  |  Discuss

Behind Enemy Lines: The San Diego Chargers with @Lucab12 from Justice is Coming

Big game coming up this week for the Bills. I think someone had on Twitter that since 1990, 75% of teams who go 3-0 make the playoffs. Of course, two of those teams that didn’t make the playoffs were the 2008 and 2011 Buffalo Bills. NFL betting strategy would say to bet on the Bills because of the Chargers being around .500 when it comes to going cross country. Anyways, we got...
Via Buffalo Wins
2 days ago  |  Discuss

Keenan Allen A Surprise Add To Injury Report

Chargers receiver Keenan Allen was added to the team's injury report on Thursday and was limited in practice due to a groin injury.Fantasy Spin:It is a new injury that he must have suffered on Thursday. It doesn't sound too alarming, but we will certainly keep our eyes on whether Allen practices on Friday.
Via Fantasy Football Champs
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Top Five Quarterbacks in the NFL

The NFL season is well under way, and by now fans can see which quarterbacks are poised to have a good year. Some are destined to be benched. That’s right, I’m looking at you, Matt Cassel and Chad Henne. Others are resuming their level of consistency and greatness and will likely lead their teams into the postseason. But which quarterbacks stand out above the rest, and who deserves...
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The San Diego Chargers’ mascot is the stuff of nightmares

This Sunday the Buffalo Bills will host the San Diego Chargers in another sold out game. The Bills come in with a 2-0 record and the Chargers just managed to beat the reigning Super bowl champion Seahawks, so a win this weekend would be a huge deal for Buffalo, because by extension that would mean the Bills are better than the Seahawks. Ok maybe not, but there’s still plenty to...
Via cover32 - Bills
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After big Week 2, San Diego Chargers’ Philip Rivers moves up in QB rankings

Every week, from now through the Wednesday before the Super Bowl, the editors at cover32 will gather to rank the NFL’s 32 starting quarterbacks. Depending on what’s happened the previous week, some will rise and some will fall, and even some of the names on the list will change. It’s a never-ending evolution, as the status of the league’s top signal callers is always in flux...
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Knile Davis vs. Donald Brown Waiver Wire Pick

The plum of a weekly fantasy football waiver wire list is a starting running back. Starting RBs are hard to come by, yet unfortunate circumstances this season have already resulted in some nice opportunities. The big question now is with one pick or a limited budget, which RB do you grab?
Via The Camel Clutch Blog
5 days ago  |  Discuss

Report: Ryan Mathews has a sprained MCL

According to Michael Gehlekin of the San Diego Union-Tribune, Chargers running back Ryan Mathews suffered a sprained MCL during Sunday’s win over the Seahawks. The Chargers running back was carted off the field Sunday with a right knee injury. The early prognosis is he suffered a sprained medial collateral ligament, a source said following a 30-21 win over Seattle. It is unclear...
Via Pro Football Zone
6 days ago  |  Discuss
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